Olivia, was my best friend, companion I have ever had. She traveled with me to so many places New York, Miami,Chicago, San Diego, Washington D.C, you name it she went everywhere. She got me through some dark times. She was an amazing service dog. Olivia loved to ride with me on my pedal bike she has her own little back pack. She enjoyed hiking as well. She loved the snow and the sand on the beach. She was not to fond of the water though. She loved chicken and her bone. Olivia had a special dance I called it the cha cha cha dance when she wanted a treat or to get my attention she would do the dance . Sometimes, I would just say, " your going to dance and do cha cha cha and she would do it. She spoke to me by her subtle bark and cute growl . Olivia was so attentive to me she would look at me with these deep eyes, it was a love I have never experienced in my life , an unconditional love. I miss her tremendously. My father and mother miss her tremendously as well. When my mom and dad got a shih tzu named Oreo, Olivia wanted nothing to do with him. However, she eventually accepted him and they were pals, she was the boss though and would always put him in his place. Oreo misses her as well.|
It was unfortunate that she got an auto immune disease that was being treated and she was doing well. The vet recommended we remove her spleen to help her with her situation. During her recovery she suffered two strokes and passed away. I live with regret everyday because had I not agreed to the surgery she would still be alive. It has been very difficult to not have here in my life.
Olivia was more than a pet. She was the best friend I have ever had. She is deeply missed I will forever love and miss my doggie, my cha cha girl.
Olivia you will always be in my heart, I love you. Nothing or no one will ever replace the bond we have.